A howler from Man United goalkeeper David de Gea saw the Hammers to secure all three points, with the Spaniard allowing a tame strike from Said Benrahma to squirm into the back of the net.
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This was after the English Premier League side lost 3-0 at Sevilla on Thursday in the Europa League.
The Spanish side led after eight minutes when Youssef En-Nesyri finished following an error from Harry Maguire.
The England international netted twice to take him onto 24 goals for the campaign, before Jadon Sancho got his name on the scoresheet to cap an impressive second-half performance from the Red Devils.
On Friday afternoon, Spain submitted their preliminary list of players, which will later be whittled down to a final 26.
The Red Devils finished 2021 with a much-needed home win against Burnley.
Ralf Rangnick’s side were lucky to come away from Tyneside with a point, having been second best in the first half
The game had looked set to end goalless until the 88th minute, when defender Kortney Hause flicked a near-post header beyond David De Gea.
Greenwood’s low strike 10 minutes from time was decisive after Wolves had missed a host of chances.
The first match in front of a full St. Mary´s crowd in almost 18 months also saw these sides meet for the first time since Ralph Hasenhuttl´s men conceded nine goals without reply at Old Trafford in February.
With neither side able to find the winner after extra-time, the game headed to penalties in front of 9,500 fans at the Stadion Miejsk in Gdansk
They had a let-off in the first half when Manchester United were not awarded a penalty despite a VAR check after Callum Hudson-Odoi handled the ball in the area.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were rocked by Mbaye Diagne’s second minute opener for Albion at the Hawthorns.
United knew they had to respond after Manchester City leapfrogged them at the summit with a 5-0 hammering of West Brom on Tuesday, but they were well short of their best on a frustrating night
Liverpool hasn’t gone as long without a win since 2017, but Jürgen Klopp’s team still maintained its unbeaten record at Anfield since the same year thanks to Alisson Becker’s late saves from Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba.
The victory put them level on points and games played with champions and leaders Liverpool
It was the first in series of international matches played after almost 10 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
De Gea, 29, was at fault for Olivier Giroud’s opener in the first half on Sunday and allowed Mason Mount’s shot to squirm through him and into the net after the restart as United lost 3-1 to crash out of the competition.
The Spaniard was at fault for Chelsea’s opener by Olivier Giroud in first-half stoppage time and then compounded that error by inexplicably allowing Mason Mount’s shot to squirm through him and into the net early in the second half.
Olivier Giroud broke the deadlock shortly before half-time before Mason Mount benefitted from a David de Gea error to double the Blues’ lead and an own-goal from Harry Maguire put the tie out of United’s reach